Analysis of The Influence of Entrepreneurship Capability, Agility, Business Transformation, Opportunity on Start-Up Behavior In E-Commerce Companies In Indonesia During The Covid 19 Pandemic
Author(s): Christopher Allen Pramono, Adler Haymans Manurung, Pantri Heriyati, Wibowo Kosasih
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to analyze the influence of Entrepreneurship Capability, Agility, Business Transformation, Opportunity on Start-Up Behavior in E-Commerce Companies in Indonesia During the Covid 19 Pandemic. The quantitative method used in this study was applied to start-up companies in Greater Jakarta with a population of 522 start-ups. The sampling method in this study used a purposive sampling technique. Questionnaires were distributed using google form as many as 522 questionnaires, 200 questionnaires were returned. From the returned questionnaires, after sorting the completeness and fulfilling the requirements for testing, 187 questionnaires were obtained consisting of the founders. Primary data were collected through a questionnaire and then analyzed using statistical analysis methods using Partial Least Square SmartPLS version 3 program. The partial least square analysis results show that each of the factors: agility, entrepreneurship capability, business transformation and opportunity have a significant effect in increasing start-up behavior in Jabodetabek. This finding explains that in building a start-up, the founder must possess the agility entrepreneurship capability factor while still following business transformation and opportunities in developing the business. This study also found that the opportunity factor is the most dominant factor in increasing the start-up behavior of founders.
Keywords: Start-up Behavior, Agility, Entrepreneurship Capability, Business Transformation, Opportunity, start-up, Covid 19 Pandemic, E-Commerce
WSEAS Transactions on Business and Economics, ISSN / E-ISSN: 1109-9526 / 2224-2899, Volume 18, 2021, Art. #104